Suzanne E. Harrill

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Spring 2014


"New pathways are operating in my life. To change, I must recognized places where Im stuck repeating negative patterns. I take the quiet time necessary to figure out the patterns in my life that I want to keep and those that need to change. I have the power to change what I do not like in my life in to new positive, productive, enjoyable pathways."

-- from Seed Thoughts for Loving Yourself
by Suzanne Harrill, M.Ed.


This Month's Issue:

Acorns Symbolize a Great Truth

By Suzanne E. Harrill

Recipes - Almost Vegan

The Immensity of Solitude

By Adyashanti

The Sophia Century

by Ann Alexander


Enlighten Up

Suzanne E. Harrill

Suzanne has a talent for helping others know and accept themselves, solve problems, build good relationships, and grow in consciousness. She easily reflects acceptance and love to others, which encourages them to love themselves. This she does through writing, counseling, and professional speaking. Read the rest of the bio here.

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Greetings from the Editor:

My Life Entered a Powerful Path

During one of my inner reflections, I flashed back to the changes I made in my thinking many years ago. Part of a college course I taught was to help students build a solid foundation of sound self-esteem, which would support each to do better academically. Teaching self-esteem workshops to adults became my life work for many years afterwards. They say you teach what you are learning!

The self-esteem teachings catapulted me out of my conditioned beliefs to learn a whole new framework for my life. It was major for me to learn that I was responsible for my own life and well-being. I learned to move my center of power from an external locus of control to an internal one. This helped me stop being a victim and being so hurt by circumstances and other people’s actions, words, and moods; well at least most of the time. As my self-esteem improved, it increased my ability to respond rather than react to people and events in my life. I learned to examine my beliefs and sort through them to upgrade them to higher truths. I found my innate worth and goodness. As you too practice loving yourself unconditionally, it will change your life and the world. This you will then easily pass on to others.

Fortunate Blessings,


More of my favorite articles from old issues of The Innerwords Messenger:



Acorns Symbolize a Great Truth

By Suzanne E. Harrill

There was a time when I handed out real acorns to participants in my lectures and workshops. Most people chose an acorn that was solid and whole and looked good. One time a woman chose a cracked acorn and explained, “This one symbolizes that I have cracked the outer shell of my defenses and am ready for the seed to come out and grow.” Well stated. I will share with you the theme of my teachings, The Harrill Acorn Analogy,which I wrote 30 years ago, and how it became a symbol for my awakening. May it serve you as well.

(read the whole article)



Almost Vegan

Two Great Soups!

Taco Soup By Mary Cesaratto

Anns’s Really Good Veggie Soup By Ann Alexander

(read the whole article)


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Seed Thoughts for Loving Yourself

By Suzanne E. Harrill

MONTHLY ON LINE AFFIRMATIONS.  Affirmations to support self-esteem and spiritual growth now available in monthly installments. From Seed Thoughts for Loving Yourself, Cultivating the Garden of Your Mind Day by Day.

(read the whole story)


Spiritual Growth

The Immensity of Solitude

By Adyashanti

When the mind is free of all of its content, all of its conditioned thinking, it enters into the solitude of silence. That silence can only arise when one sees the limitations of one’s thinking. When one sees that his or her thoughts will not bring truth, peace, or freedom, there arises a natural state of silence and inner clarity. And in that silence there is a profound solitude, because one is not seeking a more advantageous relationship with thought or with the accompanying emotions that are derived by thought.

In that solitude all ideas and images are left behind, and we can intuitively orient ourselves toward the unborn and uncreated ground of being. In that ground we find our true being; and in the same manner in which our being is uncreated, it is also undying. Therefore, all that we will ever be or can be is found in our solitude (within ourselves) and is timelessly present in its fullness and completeness, now and eternally.

(read the whole story)



The Sophia Century

by Ann Alexander

It was a very important year – 1875.  That year the Ancient Wisdom teachings re-emerged with the formation of the Theosophical Society in New York City.  Doors opened again for the mysteries to be available to all.  The teachings with roots from Egypt, Greece, India, Tibet and Asia had survived in secrecy since the fourth century, while humanity stumbled around in unbearable ignorance.  The ancient teachings provide a source of spiritual knowledge that tell us who we really are and reveal the clues and steps of the spiritual process.  Today, there is a large section in our local bookstores where Eckhart Tolle, Caroline Myss and Deepak Chopra, are best selling authors.  The Wisdom teachings have been emerging in a steady stream, through new writings for over 140 years now, out of hidden cellars to become the world’s best sellers!

(read the whole article)


Enlighten Up   --    Humor

Exercise For People Over 50

Where To Live After Retirement

(read the Humor)


Are you a highly sensitive person?

If it Fits - - - Here I Sit

(read the Goodies)





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